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118 was built in April 1951, #14021, FN 6243-2, as Texas & Pacific 1118.  It was renumbered 118 in 1962 and became MP 1627 in 1974.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive.

153 was built in July 1950, #11544, FN 6099-15, as 4138.  It was renumbered 153 in 1962 and traded in to Electro-Motive.

157 was built in March 1951, #14330, FN 6258-1, as 4153.  It was renumbered 157 in 1962 and renumbered 257.  It was renumbered 1725 in 1974.

205 was built in April 1952, #16121, FN 5177-4, as StLB&M 4206.  It became MP 4206 in 1956 and renumbered 205 in 1962.  It was renumbered 1648 in 1974 and traded in to Electro-Motive in May 1978.

227 was built in March 1952, #16153, FN 5130-22, as 4229.  It was renumbered 227 in 1962 and renumbered 1669 in 1974.

301 was built in July 1950, #8676, FN 5005-7, as 4148.  It was renumbered 301 in 1962 and renumbered 1751 in 1974.

306 was built in April 1951, #14322, FN 6259-3, as St Louis Brownsville & Mexico 4161.  It became MP 4161 in 1956 and renumbered 306 in 1962.  It was renumbered 1757 in 1974 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1979.

1635 was built in September 1951, #14635, FN 6298-1, as Chicago & Eastern Illinois 231.  It was renumbered 95 in 1967 and 1635 in 1974.  It became MP 1635 in 1976

1636 was built in September 1951, #14636, FN 6298-2, as C&EI 232.  It was renumbered 96 in 1967 and 1636 in 1974.  It became MP 1636 in 1976.

1644 was built in April 1952, #15828, FN 6359-5, as T&P 1129.  It was renumbered 129 in 1962 and became MP 1644 in 1974.

 

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